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Pray for the government

Pray for the government

1 Tim.2:1-2 has clear instructions that we should pray “for kings and all those in authority.” This is a direct instruction from Scripture which we should regard seriously. A battle is under way in the air for political rule in each country. If the powers... Read more
What is revival?

What is revival?

It is difficult to define revival, and to attempt to do so must be done circumspectly. When we refer to ‘revival’, we refer not only to a series of revival services, campaigns or gatherings but also to the sovereign, spontaneous, inexplicable outpouring... Read more
The Zulu evangelist and revival

The Zulu evangelist and revival

Nicholas Bhengu, a Zulu South African called the ‘Black Billy Graham’ by Time Magazine, was the son of a Lutheran pastor. Bhengu joined the Communist Party as a young man. After his conversion in a Pentecostal Church, he went to Bible School in Dumisa,... Read more
Keep your marriage affair-free

Keep your marriage affair-free

Nobody just wakes up one morning and decides to have an extra-marital affair. Nobody simply decides to hurt their spouse and family and possibly end up in a divorce court. Yet, many marriages, Christian included, suffer devastation through one spouse having an... Read more
Virtual prayerwalking

Virtual prayerwalking

Sometimes circumstances, such as a lack of transport or illness, may tie us down temporarily and prevent us from attending prayer meetings, church services, or other prayer activities in the community. There are so many people and places, each with different needs,... Read more
Pray for New Agers

Pray for New Agers

There is a common misunderstanding that everyone has a personal view of God, and we all end up seeking the one and only God, albeit via different religious paths. The following explanation can serve as a basic guide to the differences between beliefs central to... Read more

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